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Who is Homer P. Figg? How did he come to live with an uncle? What happened to his parents? What causes Homer's uncle to get into a confrontation with his brother? Why does Homer feel to blame? What happens as a result of this confrontation? What does Homer decide to do about this situation? Why?

Who is Stink and Smelt? Why do they stop Homer from traveling? What do they have to do with what Homer is doing? Who is with Stink and Smelt? What does Homer do to help this man? For what reason? What does Homer come to understand Stink and Smelt want? Why does Homer agree to help them? Does he? Explain.

Who is Mr. Brewster? What religion does he practice? What is unusual about this religion? What is different about Mr. Brewster's language? Why does he speak this way? What...

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